Please join StudyMode to read the full document. TASK 1 Answer the questions 1. What adjectives does Linda Hogan use to describe her personality as a child in Oklahoma? Does L. In para 8, does L. After rereading para 9, name the three types of writing L.
Post a Comment. Image by Denise Sallee. It grew in a dry gully beside the road where I live, a place where entire hillsides are sometimes yellow, windblown tides of sunflower plants. But this one was different.
In what ways would you consider Solar Storms to be a feminist novel? What role do these stories play in the novel, and how do they disrupt conventional Western models of storytelling? What are the differences between the Native-American and the Caucasian views of nature, and how do these differences contribute to the conflict in the novel? How and why does the model for raising children differ from the conventional nuclear family?
One speaker was hurt by the father and the other speaker was indifferent about how he was treated by his father. Both poems accurately portray the parent-child relationships within an abusive home, even if they have different. While they are on the road her grandfather asks to hear a story so Sal tells her grandparents the story of Phoebe.